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Where to buy Viagra in Canada

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Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a very common condition in Canada. Viagra (generic name sildenafil) can easily treat ED in two out of three men. Even though ED can reduce the quality of life for men across the country and there are treatments available, men suffer without treatment because they feel ashamed or they don’t think their doctor will take their problem seriously.

Prevalence of Erectile Dysfunction in Canada

ED affects more men in Canada than you might think. According to a study in BC Medical Journal, 49.4% of men between the ages of 40 and 88 have ED. Among the affected group of older adults, 5% to 20% have moderate to severe ED.

Though there are medications that treat this condition and improve quality of life for most men with ED, up to 80% are hesitant to receive treatment and 75% of ED patients don’t receive treatment. Some don’t get a prescription and most of those who get a prescription never get it filled.

Where To Get Viagra in Canada

Since you can’t get Viagra without a doctor prescription in Canada, there was only one option until recently. You had to get a prescription from your doctor and then receive your medication from a pharmacy. Now you have the option to receive treatment more discretely online.

The Pharmacy

To get sildenafil in Canada from the pharmacy, you need to get a prescription from a doctor. You have to make an appointment and tell your doctor that you think you have ED.

Your doctor may ask you about your medical history to get a better sense of any potential causes. Some of these questions might feel very personal, but they’re things that your doctor needs to know. They may ask questions about if you can get an erection and might include specific questions about how firm it gets.

Your doctor will also probably ask about what medications you’re taking and if you drink or do recreational drugs.

A physical exam may include checking your penis and prostate. There may be a blood test to rule out other potential causes of losing your erection. If your doctor sends you to see a urologist, they might ask more questions, do another physical exam, take more blood, and may perform an ultrasound.

After receiving a prescription for Viagra, you need to give it to a pharmacist, who may want to discuss with you how to take it and tell you about any side effects before giving you the medication.

Will a walk-in clinic prescribe Viagra?

Yes, any physician can diagnose you with ED and give you a prescription to treat it.

Online

You can now get Viagra online without having to see a doctor in person. To do this, visit the Phoenix website, and answer the questions about your medical history and background. They are kept confidential. A doctor reviews your answers and responds within 24 hours. You may have to answer some follow-up questions.

Once you’ve been approved to start treatment for ED, you pick which medication is right for your lifestyle. After choosing your medication, it’s shipped to your door in a discrete package every month. This method removes the embarrassing conversations and uncomfortable physical exams you had to go through to get treatment for ED.

This blog post is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical or other professional advice. Your specific circumstances should be discussed with a healthcare provider. All statements of opinion represent the writers' judgement at the time of publication and are subject to change. Phoenix and its affiliates provide no express or implied endorsements of third parties or their advice, opinions, information, products, or services.

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